Whanau.Biz launched the Kaupapa Maioha accreditation programme in Dannevirke in March 2012. Aimed to enable organisations to easily implement cultural competency and have access to a quality programme with a self-monitoring template that doesn't break the bank, A variety of groups that include health providers, local government, business and iwi have now taken the opportunity be have their commitment to cultural competency acknowledged by accreditation.
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Cultural Competency Online
In partnership with Otago Polytechnic, Whānau.Biz began providing an online cultural competency course for overseas qualified midwives to provide them with the knowledge and skills required to achieve the competencies for entry to the Register of Midwives that relate to cultural competence.
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The Kaupapa Maioha Handbook was also launched at the Aumangea Conference and is now being used by all who attend our cultural competency workshops
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Aumangea Conference 2012
Whanau.Biz partnered with Grow for the Aumangea Conference held in Palmerston North on 24th & 25th September 2012. A successful event that brought together a wide range of people and organisations to highlight positive models of whanau development aimed at building resilient communities. Most who participated left enthusiastic and enriched by the information, networking and presentations shared at the conference.
To view some of the presentations